Seeking a Field Technician position that will enable me to utilize my analytical and troubleshooting experiences to further develop leadership skills, grow profitability, and build a strong customer relationship
Engineer02/2013 to CurrentEwie Company Ford Motor Company Sharonville
Evaluate CNC machining for critical issues.
Work to troubleshoot issues on EMAGS, Chirons, Heller, Grob, Reishauer, Nagel, Fassler, and Federal broach systems
Ensure all safety guidelines are met.
Work with Ford engineers to establish and meet quality control limits within operating systems.
Manage chemical budget to meet 5% reduction in usage
Create and follow up with Work orders created for UAW.
Manage all Central water soluble coolant, straight oil and cleaning systems.
Directed all chemical inventory brought into the plant.
Scheduled and lead meetings to discuss issues/projects with area supervisors.
Lead 4 cost savings projects and industrial fluid conversions to meet customer objectives increase revenue that resulted in $170,000 annual savings.
Supervise 2 chemical technicians + 1 chemical engineer Co-op student.
Development training for 3 Chemical Technicians on coolant procedures, washer procedures.
Monitor all lab testing and to ensure all systems are running to standard.
Identified and reported safety hazards, reported and followed up to ensure they were corrected.
Created single point lessons for all standardized lab testing.
Proficient in monitoring, maintaining, and troubleshooting metalworking fluids, cleaners, and rust preventatives.
Ability to inform the customer of product advantages to achieve best value.
Knowledge of machining applications involving aluminum and steel metals.
Machining process of grinding, drilling, honing, broaching.
Attend yearly safety training for hazardous waste materials.
Attend yearly safety training for spill prevention.
Identify health and safety hazards in the lab and minimize the team's risk of potential hazards.
Chemical Lab Analyst02/2008 to 02/2012Ford Motor Company Sharonville
Fulfill daily lab testing on all metal working fluids.
Establish daily chemical additions to systems that did not met specifications.
Helped create new Weekly Washer Health Charts which document all mechanical issues found on 150 critical machines.
Addressed mechanical issues in coordination with department supervisors.
Implemented the Washer Technician Program. This included development of training material specific to fluids used in 150 plant washer processes, training of all UAW floor technicians, and routine monitoring/updating/auditing of all materials used in program.
Recommended chemical adds to Union employees for machining operations.
Performed daily floor walk to get hands-on knowledge of machining and plant applications.
Work with Ford management to diagnose and resolve issues on critical machining processes.
Implement work procedures for daily chemical testing.
Ensure all testing procedures are up to-date.
Administered weekly straight oil testing; analyzed results, and presented corrective action to Ford management.
Performed inventory tracking and knowledgeable in creating purchase orders (Mtrack, Cpars).
Fluid Technician02/2007 to 02/2008
Performed daily quality checks and overall maintenance monitoring on all critical machines.
Education and Training
Environmental Engineering TechnologiesPresentCincinnati State Technical and Community CollegeEnvironmental Engineering Technologies
Environmental Studies2005University of CincinnatiCincinnati, OHEnvironmental Studies